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The Magpul FMG-9 (Folding submachine Gun) is a prototype foldable submachine gun developed by Magpul Industries. It is a lightweight weapon built around the Glock 18 and based off the design of older submachine guns like the UC-M21 and ARES FMG, where it is able to fold up into a small box like package. This, coupled with the weapon's small size, allows it to be easily concealable.

The FMG-9 is featured in several installments of the Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Franchise

Siege[]

"9mm close to mid-range submachine gun with moderate recoil and high rate of fire."
— In-game description

The FMG-9 is a submachine gun featured in Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege. It is available for use by Smoke and Nøkk.

Overview[]

The FMG-9 is a mostly simple weapon to understand. It has above average damage output for the SMG class, while being quite easy to control just like most other SMGs, with the disadvantage being the inability to equip a grip. The damage model and handling allow it to equip a Suppressor onto it with a negligible difference.

Pros[]

  • Above average damage per shot
  • Moderate recoil
  • Good rate of fire

Cons[]

  • Lacks grips
  • Weak damage dropoff

Weapon Attachments[]

Sight
Barrel
Under Barrel

Weapon Skins[]

Main article: FMG-9/Skins

Gallery[]

Patch Changes[]



Extraction[]

"9mm close to mid-range submachine gun with moderate recoil and high rate of fire."
— In-game description

The FMG-9 is a submachine gun featured in Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Extraction. It is available for use by Smoke at Operator level 3.

Overview[]

The FMG-9 has an above average damage output for the SMG class, while being quite easy to control just like most other SMGs, with the disadvantage being the inability to equip a grip.

Pros[]

  • Above average damage per shot
  • Moderate recoil
  • Good rate of fire

Cons[]

  • Lacks grips
  • Weak damage dropoff

Weapon Attachments[]

Sight
Barrel
Under Barrel


Trivia[]

  • In real life, the FMG-9 can only use Glock-18 issued magazines, which do not include 30-round magazines, with 32 and 33-round magazines being the closest.
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